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Ian Bell is England’s most experienced player but that may not save him from the axe

At some point either or both of Gary Ballance or Moeen Ali must be given an outing

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Gary Keedy (third right) celebrates having Mark Stoneman caught behind for his first wicket

Durham 253 and 196-7 Nottinghamshire 188

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Ajmal Shahzad took two useful early wickets for Nottinghamshire

Durham 253 vs Nottinghamshire 66-4

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Charlotte Edwards is in prime form after scoring her ninth one-day century, against India

 

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England have called up Jason Roy

Surrey man and Nottinghamshire’s Taylor called into Twenty20 squad to boost batting options

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England captain Alastair Cook

England captain didn't think Trent Bridge pitch would spin as much as it did

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England captain Alastair Cook

With less than six months until the World Cup, hopes of a creditable showing look more unlikely than ever following this easy victory for India

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Chris Jordan looked a shadow of his former self during England’s defeat in Cardiff

Struggles of Jordan and Stokes have ruined side’s balance

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Alastair Cook and Graeme Swann celebrate during the 2013-14 Ashes Series in Australia

Swann said England had 'a cat's hell in chance' of winning the World Cup

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England players James Tredwell (l) and Joe Root share a joke during England practice

England take on India in the second ODI on Wednesday

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Alastair Cook's ODI record is widely underappreciated

Of the 17 men to have led England, only three have a better win record

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Saturday's ODI between Sri Lanka and Pakistan was a thriller

Outside Edge: The margins of victory were so big that fans might have wondered why they came

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Duncan Fletcher’s position as India coach has been thrown into doubt following India's 3-1 series loss to England

 

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Swann, right, has pleaded with his friend and former captain to step down from the one-day captaincy

England do not have 'a cat in hell’s chance' of winning the World Cup, says retired off-spinner

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Andrew Flintoff, centre, played in the final only because Kabir Ali aggravated a shoulder injury

Flintoff hits Oliver Hannon-Dalby for consecutive sixes at the end of the penultimate over

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Cook’s one-day team start intensive preparations for next spring’s tournament against India today with a rebalanced side and Hales as new opener

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Century duty: Charlotte Edwards celebrates reaching three figures

Edwards celebrated ninth one-day century during victory

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Jason Roy was the star of the show for Surrey

Former England batsman fails again as Warwickshire see off Surrey in T20 Blast Finals Day despite a brilliant 58 from the young pretender

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Alex Hales has agreed to join Hobart Hurricanes for the 2014-15 Big Bash League

England have to improve in five key areas if they are to stand a chance

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Heather Knight bats during the 1st Royal London ODI between England and India

 

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Angel Di Maria and Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford yesterday
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Europe captain Paul McGinley has a tough decision over which Ryder Cup legends to omit from his side
RYDER CUP Captains to announce their picks
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Ian Bell is England’s most experienced player but that may not save him from the axe
CRICKETEither Ballance or Ali must be given an outing against India
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Andy Murray celebrates a shot while playing Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
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RUGBY UNION Neither losing two finals not heartache in New Zealand has dimmed his desire
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COMMENT...while Namibia face the Galapagos Islands in next year’s World Cup? Writes Chris Hewett
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